Wednesday, July 24, 2024

 The Power of People Near Protected Bikelanes

In celebration of World Bicycle Day, ITDP is delving into what it means to measure People Near Protected Bikelanes and what this measurement means for...

Are We Falling Short On Our Global Road Safety Goals?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global road deaths average over 3,200 per day, with road traffic crashes remaining the leading killer of...

Why We Need E-Bikes As A Climate and Mobility Solution

People in cities all around the world have been seeing a new phenomenon on their streets: electric bicycles, or e-bikes. Whether branded as part...

Why We Need E-Bikes As A Climate and Mobility Solution

People in cities all around the world have been seeing a new phenomenon on their streets: electric bicycles, or e-bikes. Whether branded as part...

Why The Right To Repair Our Bicycles Is Essential

In most of the world, bicycles are a well-known artifact and are an essential aspect of people’s lives: they may have been one of...

In Photos: Celebrating Two Years of the Cycling Cities Campaign

ITDP launched the Cycling Cities campaign in 2021 to bring together a coalition of cities, partners, and pledge signers to work towards providing safe...

Why Cities Need to Invest in Active Mobility for the Climate and Economy

Current urbanization trends, rising incomes, and increased vehicle ownership are steering cities toward a future with 40% less travel by walking, cycling, and public...

Investing in Safe Cycle Lanes is Crucial to Jakarta’s Mobility Future

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jakarta implemented pop-up protected cycle lanes as one of the strategic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many...

The Path Ahead for Bikesharing

Bikeshare started appearing around 2005, as city governments contracted bikeshare equipment and operations with public funds (or advertising assets), making docked bikeshare a visible...

Two Years In, ITDP’s Cycling Cities Campaign Continues to Make Moves

On the second anniversary of ITDP’s Cycling Cities campaign, it is a time to recognize the remarkable strides made by our partners and cities...

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Building housing near transit takes change at every level

Advancing equitable transit-oriented development requires all hands at the community level, but leadership at the state and federal level can also help propel change. Development...

Building Momentum for Transport Electrification in Indonesia

Worsening congestion is not only occurring in Jakarta, but on roads around the borders of cities like Tanggerang, Surabaya, and Bandung which continue to be packed...

We need to expand the conversation on transportation safety

We can’t significantly address safety concerns if we’re not looking at the most dangerous modes of transportation. (Frank Warnock, Bike Delaware) On May 9, the...

From excitement to reality: Implementing passenger rail on the Gulf Coast

Federal advocacy and allies were essential to turning local momentum for passenger rail from New Orleans to Mobile—set to reopen this very year—into a...